Bakersfield Morning Echo in Bakersfield, California
30 Apr 1902

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30 Apr 1902

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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - April 30, 1902, Bakersfield, California The morning Echo Bakersfield California wednesday apr Al 30, 1002. 5 Beer is not of age until it has been Quot on lager Quot for at least four to six months. A capacity to continually store 375,000 barrels provides ample facilities to properly age All brews of Anheuser Busch brewing ass n St. Louis u. S. A. Quot Brewers of the famous Budweiser Michelob Black a Tan Faust Pale lager Anheuser Standard Export Pale and Exquel site m i link amp Levy fancy and Staple groceries. Importers and distributors of from All parts of the world. Domestic mid foreign chinaware Agate enamel and tinware. The store that leads in the Best reliable and honest wares. No counterfeit or imitation goods. The largest and most Complete line in the san Joaquin Valley. If you Waul the Best Call and see us. Our Telephone main 44. Our store�?2012 Chester Avenue. Y a t >1 i Quot a e it i. I. J 4 a a a a it Ltd a a it a it a ski l gloves 1 Clea Niti. Telephone Black 259 a fas. Bickers amp Cota Iloria a a is give us a 4,41 p Idy Eizig works i 1706 Chester ave Inai i Bakers Fiell to amp goods called for and delivered Baziel Fiew and. Dyeing works works s09 to Street make Isizell. Phone red 931. Office 1715 Chester it Avenue. Phone red 232. Quot tie Only first Eless works in the City. Month <3 my contracts a and repairing done. 1. A. Anderson prop. National hotel Peter Sarti at. Prop. Just opened. Newly furnished from 25c up. Rooms j. F. Ka4ry fresh and salted meats fresh Minee meat sauerkraut and Home made lard. Fruits and vegetables 1 is due to pure Quality and freshness received by daily ripened to the minute everything tit to eat try our confections. They re right. T. M. Rigney successor to Rig Neil Bros. Great Comfort what a satisfaction it is to have a full Linen closet to know that if a clean table cloth Sheet Towel is needed you can put your hand right on it unexpected visitors sometimes cause Tell dollars Worth of embarrassment for want of two dollars Worth of Linen. Come and see what two dollars will do tor you in this line just now. Remember your friends will All be to see you during the Street fail. Under sold by none. Our motto loud goods at it Low prices. Tu5 nineteenth Street. Huy the tel. Lilack 37new Home sewing machine Hall bearing Light running. The Best in the Market. At factory prices. J. F. Do g a 808 Baker Street Kern City Cal., agent for the factory. A a a a we quoth it a -1 i a a a a a Ltd it a a a a a Kern City news Neal Taylor of los Angeles is in Kern for a few Days. Harry e. Dore of Sacramento came into Kern yesterday. W h. Ryan arrived Here yesterday from Boston and is staying at the Ces mat. D. Bui Halter and a. D heir have returned from los Angeles on this inspection tour. Bowling at the Riti Anan in Kern is a pleasure and one can find great enjoyment in playing there. Of mrs. J. W. Payne and family left last night for sail Pedro where they will be 011 a Short visit Quot. Mrs. C. A. Baldwin left last night for Santa Ann where she will go 011 an extended visit to her parents. E. T. Lundeen wishes to announce that on and after sunday april 17th, he will keep his fruit store open. 12 mrs. Austin of Galesburg Illinois Mother of mrs. Ii. M. Trostle is Here 011 a visit to her daughter. Foley 3 Viloney and tar contains no opiates and will not constipated like nearly All other cough mediates. Refuse substitutes. Sold by j. A. Hughes. 0 or. E. Wyman and wife of Appleton Illinois left last night for san Francisco and will visit with friends. They Are making a tour of California nil stayed in Kern for a few Days. J. A. Briggs superintendent of the Gem mining company leaves today Lor the Rich diggings. The company has struck a four and one half foot ledge in their 900-foot Tunnel and the company is highly pleased Over the strike. The Chesbro m. E. Church ladies Aid society will hold a mass social at the Home of b. 11. Wilcox m Street Friday afternoon and evening May 2<1, to which everybody is cordially invited. Ice Cream ail cake will be on Sale and the Young lady who Sells the most or takes in the most Cash will be crowned May Queen. A 10 a quoth a a Fri a a a a it a Ltd Quot it Ltd a Fri Fri depart for Home soon. John Inda and Joe Irigayen will leave about the first of the month for their Homes in France. They have been in Kern county for about Twenty years and have been engaged in the sheep business. They gave a Large French dinner at the Noriega hotel. \ about thirty guests were present. They Are Well known and have Many friends who wish them a Happy trip. Hotel Kern changes. George Melv. Bevan Lias Pui closed the Kern hotel from j. A. Payne and wife and will hereafter be sole proprietor of the hostelry. The hotel fixtures have been attached by creditors and till place is in the hands of a receiver. Constable Stroble has placed a keeper in charge and the things will be sold at auction to satisfy claims. Pigeons turned Loose. Two crates of Carrier pigeons were shipped to the express office in Kern yesterday and turned Loose yesterday by express agent Charles Shurban. They made a fast trip and More Are expected soon. To meeting held. There was 110 meeting of the Board of Trade in Kern last evening As most of the executive committee were absent. Several members met however 111 the first Bank of Kern and talked Over the matter of organizing the Kern Orchard farm company. No definite action was taken in the matter. Breaks an Arm. Earl dear liar the. Youngest son of ii Ginger Dearheart broke his right Arm yesterday by falling from a bicycle. The injury is painful and it. Will be a few weeks before he will Able to take his Arm out of the splints chief dispatcher Sheridan Angeles on a Short trip. In los a real estate sales a 4 the following Are the real estate transfers As compiled by Packard amp Howell searchers of records Lames a. Bernard it Al to a. B. Bigler Quot $215, lots 27 and 28, Block �3, Bernard addition to Kern. Same to j. M. Terrell $200, lots 22 and 23 Block 40, Bernard addition to Kern. Pacific improvement c o. To c. Emery �5, lot 5, Block 27, Kern. Ernest p. Fisher and wife to j. M. Terrell $10, lot 8 and part of 7, Block 370, Bakersfield. Geo. Swarthout it Al to c. A. Koehn $1 7-8 Isle. Koelm no. 2 claim in red Rock District. \. A. Howser it Al to same $1, Koehu no. 0 claim in. Red Rock. Chas. Asher it Al to same Koehn no. 3 claim in red Rock. L. F. Patterson to Frank Wilson. $300, % int. In Garfield Pioneer and Saint Michaels claims in Rand. Ii. L. Wilson it Al to Kern county land co., $800, fractional w of so and so of so and e of new acid new of 11c and lie of so 18-27-20. Ii. L. Weems to Ltd Kern county land co. $000, so of so 10-27-25. James l. Depauli to John b. Olcise. $10 y2 int. Ill bully boy no. 2 claim �11 hand. Kern county land co. To ii. L. Weems $5. Be of 11c 4i2o-27. A. Colli tas to to. Atkinson. $200, it a int. Hatchet claim in Rand. J. M. Terrell and wife to Ernest i. Fisher Ami wife $10, lots 22 and 23. Block 40, Bernard addition to Kern lots 2.1 and 20, Block 114 Kern and lots 27 id 2d and 29, Block 400, like refit lil. J. K. Parker has leased to .1. A. I la 1 portion of Juanita Chiin in the hand uis Elict for five years. Only a nominal rental is named. The following Mineral a ratio is have been tiled c. W. Crusoe it Al and s. A. C. Nelson it Al., All of Section 1-29-40 c. A. Kohun it Al Koleen no. 2 claim Charles Al., Kohun no. 3 claim a. W. Houser Kohun no 0 claim red Linck District. T current comment. % 4 a a a a a a a a a 4 a 4 when Secretary Long Steps out of the Navy department 011 May 1st. Another Massachusetts Man takes hold of the of so that any firing by hostile fleets off Boston Lior Bor will continue to receive prompt news a mrs. Astor says that Only men who have College educations can lie gentlemen. Flint is rather sweeping. Mow Ever not even women who have College educations can be gentlemen. Had mrs. Astor thought of that a Kansas City journal. Ltd it Morgan is said to have got control of the White Star line and Yerkes has captured another underground railway. My. Stead will please observe that the americanization of England goes 011 11 Chicago Post. A it a it a a a a already it is apparent thai we Are going to have Harmony in the democratic party if we have to throw some Felloes out of the window to insure Constitution t curious condensations. % it it it 444 444 4>44t4>4> 44 4444 Paris will shortly possess the Only German newspaper published in France. One factory in eng ind is turning out 4,320,000 Ping Pong balk each week. I11 memory of their Royal mistress 000 servants of the late Queen. Victoria s household have endowed a bed in Clewer convalescent Hospital. Canada s military establishment consisting of less than 40,000 men All told will be increased to 150,000 if the British idea of colonial defense prevails. Lancashire s drink Bill for 1900 is estimated in round numbers of �17,000,000, two thirds of the sum representing the expenditure of the working class. A11 enormous rat Lias just been captured at Billings Brough. England. It turned the scale at 1 >/2 pounds and measured 2 inches from the tip of its nose to the end of its Tail. The Union veterans of German birth Are to raise a fund for a Monument to general Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben of the american revolution to be erected in Washington d. C. The area planted with wheat in Bengal this year is estimated at Only 1,404,-700 acres a total considerably below the Normal area. It is explained that the falling Oil is due to the. Want of rain at sowing time. The australian postmaster general states that a internal Penny Post within the Commonwealth must precede an external Penny Post. Both objects might be accomplished by the time of the Coronation. According to returns collected by the India. Tea association the Tea crop of 1901-2 is 7 per cent less than that of the previous season. I11 1900-1 the total production was 177,077,237 pounds for 1901-2 it amounts to 105,203,453 pounds Only. Practical measures Are now in Progress with a View to exploiting the various Coal Fields existing in Egypt and elsewhere 011 the direct Eastern route. The egyptian government has finally granted concessions for this purpose to Edward Nic Lills an englishman. A Gigantic Crane which is styled by the germans As the Quot largest Crane in the world Quot is to be seen in use at Kiel. Its own weight is 450 tons and it is capable of lifting As much As 150 tons. Its Arm stretches 50 Yards from Point to Point and is 50 Yards and More High above the foundation. It is worked by electric Ity. Of the Bakersfield free Street saturday evening May 3rd. Coronation of Queen on throne in front of grand stand Chester Avenue band concerts City guard band san Diego and Fresno military band vaudeville free bicycle whirl Llandro Bros., de boy Paul la Croix and the leons. Monday May 5th Lvern City Day vaudeville on stage in front of grand stand 2, p. In. Coronation armory Hall Queen Quot up court Peseti i u adult a if of pawnbroker s Sale. On May 5, 1002, we will sell at Public auction at our Sale rooms 1909 k Street pledges no. 392, one Diamond and Emerald ring no. 400, Nugget stud no. 418, Gold Chain and Charm no. 770, red set ring. 10 .1. A. Finney. building for Weiland s a round was broken yesterday morning at fifteenth and k streets for the erection of a $10,000 building by the Weil und brewing company. The building will be. Partially Brick and the remainder Frame. The engine and refrigerating Plant will be placed in a spacious Brick building. The Frame part will be used As a bottling establishment. The building will be the largest one of its kind in this City und will employ a number of men. The bricklayers who went on tin strike at i lie producer s bunk building went in work on this building yesterday morn ing. The building will he used for a storage and Bol i Ling establishment and will Quot be Otic of feet. The ice manufactured will be for storage solely and will not by sold for commercial Lise tues Dpi 1 \ i m m pan do a la of of show a. My a Vauide die on Trolie stage Falci -. Noon Ami night entries Krivo i Yin prizes Forni Al armory. Or. G wednesday May 7tl elks Day burlesque cd Teui. Quot Parade 3 p. In. Queen on throne free vaudeville show afternoon and night Dav Etc. San Joan juju Valley Forest Reserve lands. Holders of these lands in the Sierra Pine Mountain or any other California reservation who desire to sell either i it Small or Large quantities and get the Beji rates should not fail to correspond a a a. Ii. C. Sigler 521 Byrne building los Angeles. The woman who knows the full value of health is the woman who. Has lost it and regained it the woman who from Limner Wiwik and is Eklov is once again f a. Samuelson v. E president. Wilson cashier. F Kern City Cal. Commercial and savings department. Interest paid of deposits. Becker a it Vogt phone fed 1441 1512 nineteenth Street carnival visitors will find Iacoi Niimi �1 11 at the s. P. House in Kern City. Hoard if desired. Call at hit a Iker s store. Five houses for rent or Sale in monthly . Cheap lots. All Over town by j. N. Thompson sunday excursions to Valley Points via Santa be. Elks Bakersfield Lodge no. 26�, b. P. O. E a meets every tuesday night at 7 30 in eagles Hall. Initiations first and third tuesdays of the month. B. L. Brundage e. R. Harry .1 Astro Secretary p. O. Box 315. Bakersfield Cal. Ell Active sunday May 4tli and every j sunday thereafter until further notice i excursion tickets will be sold at rate of one lowest first class one Way fare and one fifth for the round trip. Tickets sold to any Point in the Valley where the regular one Way fare is not less than 40 cents nor More than .$3.00�?continuous passage. Tickets expire Day of Sale. Of the Board of the metropolitan Railroad company London has Lei a Eon Fruct for their Power station at. Neas Deu to the British Westington electric in and manufacturing company. Limited. Catarrh of the head and Throat advertise in the want column. It pays. Merle Manley contractor and builder not How much but How Well. I phone Black 081. Kern California makes your voice husky causes you to ache All Over stops up your nose makes you snore makes your nose and Burn brings on catarrhal headaches and neuralgia. Smith Bros s. B. Catarrh cure attacks this common dreadful disease on new and Correct principles. It eradicates the Dimasse from the system and restores the mucous membranes to a healthy condition and will cure Catarrh no matter where located. For Sale by All druggists i Book on Catarrh free. Address Smith Bros., Fresno Cal. 12 being Quot weak and sickly made a Strong woman weak and sickly women have been made Strong and Ivell by Llie Aid of or. Pierce and his favorite it cures tie ills which weaken women. It regulates the periods dries in feeling drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. 11 nourishes the nerves and so cures nervousness. It promotes a healthy appetite and induces refreshing sleep. A i Lital up Iliili trouble for Eis Fht Vears a writes mrs. I i. Hennis of 3js Hast loll age Street Jacksonville. Ills. Words cannot press what i suffered. I a ought Relief among the me Dir. Ai prof Eslio Quot and. Found none friends urged me to .__ui.pp. U is once again half a million thursday May 8tt Angeles Day Oil Day municipal Ami supervisors Day Floral Parade Queen on throne fee vaudeville entries solicited tor Floral Parade. Friday May 9th eagles Day san Francisco Day Mardi gras King Rex masque Ball Queen on throne confetti Battle Etc. Advertise in the want columns. It pays. Try or. Pierce s favorite prescription. When i commenced taking this Medicine "f1 get a Hundred �?z�?z.1 fifty ii pounds More thou i Ever weighed before i was to bad i would he from Clay to Dayd Long for death to come and relieve Ray Mireur no i had internal inflammation a Able Drain bearing Down pan., a a a 5 every month but now i never have a \ a All my own work and am a Strong and use or. Pierce s pleasant pellets with Quot favorite prescription Quot if the Bov Elk Are inactive or irregular. Saturday May 10th gov Einok a Dav military Day g. A. 1. Day Fresno Day Linker sliced Day closing ceremonies Queen on throne afternoon and night. Seats for grand stand on Sale at Hughes drug store

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